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Its ok if no one else is there
Pros: Concrete tees, nice baskets, elevation changes, some signage on tees.
Cons: Finding hole 1, parking, design, fairways overlap, short easy 9 holes.
Other Thoughts: I ended up parking illegally on the school campus but the course was so quick it didn't matter. I was so glad no one else was on the course because it would be interesting with the fairways crossing and being so close. This would be an ok course to have in your backyard, but its not really worth going out of your way. There are a lot of different ways you could play the course safari for more challenge, but it would require no one else there.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
Repeat after me
Pros: Concrete tee pads
Medallion at each tee pad describing hole
Easy-to-follow natural flow
Minimal chance to lose a disc
Quick to play (less than 30 minutes)
Cons: Only nine holes
No public bathrooms
Other Thoughts: Tee pad #1/basket #9 between tennis courts and outdoor basketball court
Holes 1-4 are all ~275 feet right turns
Holes 5-8 are all ~275 feet left turns
Hole 9 is a ~275 feet right turn
Good course for beginners
Good course for single-disc competition - my friend and I are debating doing a Cheetah (him) v. Cobra (me) bout in the future
Favourite hole #7: requires, for me anyway, the most challenging/long second shot.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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